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Ore. high school tests flipped math classes

Math Education SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Math students at an Oregon high school are doing homework in class and learning concepts at home by watching videos of their teacher delivering lessons. The flipped-classroom technique is especially helpful to struggling students who can pause and watch the video several times to understand the lesson, teacher Katie Wilkinson said. Oregonian (Portland), The (03/25)


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Ohio district finds success with cooperative learning

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Teachers use 3D printers to create hands-on math tools

Math Education SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

How do snow days affect student achievement?

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Construction students apply practical skills

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